Using a general affidavit form in Texas

A properly completed, notarized general affidavit form can be useful in legal proceedings. Here's how to make sure your affidavit is valid in Texas.

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Michelle Kaminsky, Esq.

by Michelle Kaminsky, Esq.

Writer and editor Michelle earned a Juris Doctor degree from Temple University's Beasley School of Law in Philad...

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Updated on: November 29, 2023 · 2 min read


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